Facilities and features
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The church has a disabled access toilet, with alarm and baby changing facilities.
There is limited on-road parking outside the graveyard.
There is a church wheelchair for use, a ramp to the altar and the outside walkway is flat.
Recently, there has been a new Hearing Loop system installed for those hard-of-hearing.
Chaddesley Corbett is a Dementia Friendly village and members of the church DCC represent St Cassian’s on this group.
St Cassian’s is a beautiful, well-maintained 11th century, Grade I listed, church in the heart of the village. The church has an original Elliot organ from 1817, a 12th-century font and some stunning examples of stained-glass windows.
Music and Worship
There is an active team of Bell ringers who practice weekly on a Wednesday evening and ring before morning service twice a month and at other four-part services.
A recently formed team of handbell ringers also practice weekly and perform at occasional events.
St Cassian’s is used and widely supported by community groups for events, with dramas and concerts rehearsed and staged in the church on a fairly regular basis
The church has an original Elliot organ from 1817.
St Cassian’s offers a mixture of worship styles to suit all ranging from Holy Communion, Morning Worship, and Worship for All. These are normally at 9:30 am on a Sunday morning and Evensong, Book of Common Prayer, is run twice a month at 6:30 pm. There are also themed services throughout the year.
We have a four-part choir. Our organist plays for the services and takes a weekly choir practice.
Chaddesley Voices, a community choir, meets regularly for practice in the church.